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  • Tanzania, United Republic Of
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Desperate farmers shun co-ops, resort to hawking their coffee

By IRENE MUGOSource: Daily Nation KenyaCoffee cherries being poured into a collector for pulping at Ndaroini factory in Nyeri County on August 15, 2017. Farmers have complained of delayed payment. PHOTO | JOSEPH KANYI | NATION MEDIA GROUP Farmers in central Kenya have resorted to coffee hawking, blaming their societies for taking…See More
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Honey Is Making Life Sweeter for Coffee Farmers

By Janice NadwornySource: SCA NewsCredit: Photo Courtesy of SCA News Website.When Food 4 Farmers started working with coffee farming communities in 2011, the reason was clear: coffee income alone was simply not enough to put food on the table year round for most farming families. This income gap was laid bare when, in 2012, coffee…See More
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Monitor Publications launches this year's Farm Clinic to help Ugandans succeed at farming

Monitor Publications in partnership with Agricultural Business Initiative, Heifer International, Post Bank Uganda, Uganda Coffee Development Authority and Ma...
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Ambitious New Plan Aims To Double Production Of Coffee

By Zephania Ubwani.Source: The Citizen Newspaper.Arusha — Coffee production in Tanzania could more than double in four years' time if an action programme to increase the competitiveness of smallholder farmers is successfully implemented.The ten-year programme launched in 2011/2012 aims to increase coffee production and quality from 50,000 tonnes a year by then to 150,000 tonnes in 2020/2021."It is the only way to achieve green revolution in coffee industry," said a report presented to…See More
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Coffee Farmers Struggle To Recover Losses.

By Lydiah Nyawira.Source: The Standard Media.Dancun Kamau, at his Batian coffee firm in Embu. Batian coffee farming is sponsored by Nestle Kenya and is known to be high yielding and disease resistant.Nestle, aims at creating value across the coffee supply chain, from farmers to consumers. (PHOTO DAVID NJAAGA/STANDARD)…See More
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African coffee industry gains steam

By Innocent Anguyo and Isis Almeida | Bloomberg NewsA coffee buyer inspects Kenyan coffee beans in May which he intends to buy for export in the samples room at the Nairobi coffee exchange in Nairobi, Kenya. PHOTO: Riccardo Gangale/Bloomberg NewsJulien Ochala can’t live without his morning cup of Joe.But not just any coffee will do.…See More
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Beneficial VS Harmful Insects in Coffee-Insect Diversity Inside Eco-friendly Shade Coffee

By Source: Ecofriendly Coffee OrganizationCREDIT: Photo courtesy of Ecofriendly Coffee Organization website.It is a well-established fact that in all terrestrial ecosystems, insects are one of the…See More
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High prices encourage coffee production in East Africa, but challenges remain

Source: AgritradeUSDA has posted its annual reviews of coffee production in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Ethiopia. The Kenyan report notes that record and near-record prices ‘have increased interest in producing and exporting high-quality Kenyan coffee’, with investments being made in improved varieties and production practices. USDA projects exports of 725,000 60-kg bags in marketing year (MY) 2012 and 800,000 in MY 2013.  This will still be below the 900,000 60-kg bags achieved in…See More
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Name of organization:
Fair Trade Organization of Kenya
Type of organization:
NGO
Products/commodities (when applicable):
Coffee
Website of your organization:
http://ftok.org

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Desperate farmers shun co-ops, resort to hawking their coffee

By IRENE MUGO

Source: Daily Nation Kenya

Coffee cherries being poured into a collector for pulping at Ndaroini factory in Nyeri County on August 15, 2017. Farmers have complained of delayed payment. PHOTO | JOSEPH KANYI | NATION MEDIA…

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Posted on August 22, 2017 at 6:51am

Honey Is Making Life Sweeter for Coffee Farmers

By Janice Nadworny

Source: SCA News

Credit: Photo Courtesy of SCA News Website.

When Food 4 Farmers started working with coffee farming communities in 2011, the reason was clear: coffee income alone was simply not enough…

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Posted on August 18, 2017 at 1:30pm

Ambitious New Plan Aims To Double Production Of Coffee

By Zephania Ubwani.

Source: The Citizen Newspaper.

Arusha — Coffee production in Tanzania could more than double in four years' time if an action programme to increase the competitiveness of smallholder farmers is successfully implemented.

The ten-year programme launched in 2011/2012 aims to increase coffee production and quality from 50,000 tonnes a year by then to 150,000 tonnes in 2020/2021.…

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Posted on August 15, 2017 at 11:02am

Coffee Farmers Struggle To Recover Losses.

By Lydiah Nyawira.

Source: The Standard Media.

Dancun Kamau, at his Batian coffee firm in Embu. Batian coffee farming is sponsored by Nestle Kenya and is known to be high yielding and disease resistant.Nestle, aims at creating value across the coffee supply…

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Posted on August 14, 2017 at 7:30am

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